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11.3 B Teacher Guide for Vocabulary Opener
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11.3 B Teacher Guide for Vocabulary Opener

Students will be introduced to the vocabulary in Unit 3B

11.3 B Unit Plan
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11.3 B Unit Plan

A guiding and planning document for Unit 3B

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11.3 B Vocabulary Opener

U.S. History
Unit 3B: Sectionalism and the Civil War
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11.3 B Vocabulary Opener

Students will be introduced to the vocabulary in Unit 3B

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9.9 Political, Economic, Cultural, and Geographic Impacts of European Colonization

Global History I
Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
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9.9 Political, Economic, Cultural, and Geographic Impacts of European Colonization

Students will analyze the political, economic, cultural, and geographic impacts of Spanish colonization.

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9.9 Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) - The Middle Passage

Global History I
Unit 9.9: Interactions and Disruptions
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9.9 Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) - The Middle Passage

Students will describe the social, political, and economic impact of the Atlantic slave trade on Africa.

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Abolitionist Movement

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Abolitionist Movement

Students will examine a number of primary sources from the abolition movement and analyze the arguments made in these primary sources.  

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Close Read 1: Texas Annexation
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Close Read 1: Texas Annexation

Students will read and analyze arguments for and against the annexation of slavery.

Close Read 1: Texas Annexation - Differentiated Example
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Close Read 1: Texas Annexation - Differentiated Example

Students will read and analyze arguments for and against the annexation of slavery

Dred Scott v. Sandford
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Dred Scott v. Sandford

Students will analyze the impact of the ruling in Dred Scott v. Sanford on African Americans in 1857.

Enslaved Peoples of America (early 1800's)

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Enslaved Peoples of America (early 1800's)

Students will examine a number of documents to find evidence for why and how slavery as an institution grew in America in the early 1800's despite a ban on the importation of slaves in 1807.  

 

 

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Enslaved Peoples of Colonial America

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Enslaved Peoples of Colonial America

Students will analyze the institution of slavery in colonial America by analyzing a variety of primary and secondary sources.  

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Graphic Organizer: Compromises: Slavery & Expansion
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Graphic Organizer: Compromises: Slavery & Expansion

Students will complete a series of graphic organizers on the compromise of 1820, 1850, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act.